Natta’s LOVE Award winners for September

Natta is delighted to announce the Love Award (‘Live Our Values Everyday’) winners for September 2018.

The Safety award went to Darren Simmonds and Jamie Lewis from our Stoneham Park site. Darren won for working in a safe and efficient manner below electrical and BT cables and around a 33” water mains. Jamie, our Document Controller, also won for assisting a lorry driver leaving an adjacent site who had a heart attack. Jamie applied first aid procedures until the ambulance arrived.  A colleague commented, “Jamie was thanked by the ambulance staff.”

The dedication to Expertise went to Paul Gower, Mike O’Keeffe and Avni Dauti. Paul took the award for the smooth operation of laying tarmac to remote areas of the site. Mike won for his expertise to help save Natta time and money. He followed instructions to commence the work to remediate the drainage under a roundabout at our Daedalus site. Avni mastered the Trimble GPS Earthworks System in just a few days and produced great results. As a personal challenge, he worked with the new technology and learned how to set up the whole system.

From Left: Etienne Rameau presenting Avni Dauti with his Love Award

Guy Constable from our Wantage project was awarded for showing Integrity. He has a great work ethic towards his role. He is always in a good mood which reflects positively on others.

The Quality award went to Daniel Sharp. On Tuesday 25th September Daniel attended an award ceremony hosted by our client, Berkeley Homes – Southern, at our Winchester site, Daniel was nominated and shortlisted for an award in the ‘Best Support Service’ category. A colleague commented, “Unfortunately, he lost out, he did, however, get a mention from the judges and a round of applause from the audience in the auditorium.”

The award for Innovation went to Kevin Fishwick for using a new innovative method to patch up a cracked pipe which had high-pressure groundwater coming through it.

Albert Memia

Mariusz Cholewski won for showing Teamwork by adapting to work in any gang, any location and undertaking any task.

The Collaboration award went to Albert Memia from our Burgess Hill project and Andreea Guriuc from our Copthorne project. They both won for rounding up all the site operatives to participate in the Wellness Week Competitions.

LOVE award winners for September

Charlotte Hamer

Head Office winner

From our Head Office, Charlotte Hamer won the Sustainability award. Charlotte has been encouraging members of the office to sign up to ‘Web-expenses’ so that we can reduce paper usage by claiming expenses/miles online rather than by paper. She’s also been offering a quick tutorial to anyone who needs help navigating the website to get to grips with it.

Well done all, keep up the good work.

Posted by Jo Whelan

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